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Which Witch is Which? By Judi Barrett Sharleen Collicott,

  • Title: Which Witch is Which?
  • Author: Judi Barrett Sharleen Collicott
  • ISBN: 9780689829406
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Which witch fell in a ditch Is it the one riding on a broom Is it the one holding a balloon Is it the one looking at the moon Or is it the one eating a prune Judi Barrett, author of the classic, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and its sequel, Pickles to Pittsburgh, offers young readers a fabulous new concept book that will tickle their funny bones while challenging tWhich witch fell in a ditch Is it the one riding on a broom Is it the one holding a balloon Is it the one looking at the moon Or is it the one eating a prune Judi Barrett, author of the classic, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and its sequel, Pickles to Pittsburgh, offers young readers a fabulous new concept book that will tickle their funny bones while challenging their perceptual abilities Each colorful page encourages the child to find the right witch in a group of witches, all unique and in very imaginative settings Sharleen Collicott s wonderful illustrations depict them with inventive charm and whimsy The clever, rhyming clues are in the form of questions and even after the correct answer is revealed, children will want to revisit, over and over again, this most delightful and unusual bunch of witches.
    Which Witch is Which Which witch fell in a ditch Is it the one riding on a broom Is it the one holding a balloon Is it the one looking at the moon Or is it the one eating a prune Judi Barrett author of the classic Cloud

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    1. I thought that this book was really very cleverly executed The drawings are surprisingly layered and well thought out, presenting a great deal of action in very small spaces This seems to make for a better, expansive feel to the book overall, which provides a richness to the riddle pictures that would not normally be possible I enjoyed reading this book, and I m sure that many other readers have and will , too Which Witch is Which is a delightfully entertaining find.

    2. Frank loved this book It s a rhyming book, and I felt like it offered some good vocabulary building for him It also provided a fun little cognitive exercise, as he would have to think about the descriptions given and decide which witch was the right witch.

    3. This one is fun and while not necessarily a Halloween book, we ll probably revisit it around then It s interactive kind of like an easier younger shorter attention span version of I Spy and has neat illustrations with different animals playing the parts of the witches throughout.

    4. A challenging, tongue twisting book for young kids, this book is great for students with reading difficulties, as it will teach vocabulary, critical thinking, observation, and reading comprehension skills.Unique Feature Dizzyingly detailed pictures.Genre Fantasy Real genre Teaching Reading Skills

    5. Though I picked this up suspecting it would be good homonym homophone homograph book, it turned out to be something very different yet equally enjoyable With rhyming verse, each page asks the reader to answer a multiple choice question about some obscure aspect of the illustration, like a Where s Waldo or Spot the Difference with a standardized test overlay Being that I m a teacher and therefore despise multiple choice standardized tests, you d think that I d be opposed to this book on principle [...]

    6. Brief Review This story is a fiction childrens book it teaches the difference between Witch and which I think this is important because it helps the children get a deeper understanding by hearing it and connecting it to the pictures It also teaches rhyming and is great to use during the Halloween time Content area The content area you could use this is language This is because it has a lot of rhyming You could give them the first rhyming words on the page and ask them what rhymes and see how man [...]

    7. Judi Barrett is a great author This book is a hit on many levels although I must warn parents if your child falls in love with it the book will surely drive you crazy Which Witch is Which is made to read aloud and parents or teachers will enjoy the tongue twisters that Judi Barrett has assembled It is a great book for teaching the letter W and for that reason will be appreciated by teachers and speech therapists A huge part of the fun of this book are the incredible detailed illustrations by Sha [...]

    8. As a concept book, the text seems too complicated for the average preschooler, and the pictures are too cutesy for a book supposedly about witches Moreover, too many of the pictures look alike, making it difficult for young readers, or even for their parents, to point to the witch being described on the adjacent page of text.

    9. A wonderful rhyming book that might be a little difficult for a bigger group but would still be fun The idea is to find the answer to the first question on the page with the four answers present and the picture to find your clue Great illustrations and clever rhymes.

    10. What I like about this Halloween book is that it is interactive Each page shows different witches doing different things Children participate by answering the questions identifying the different witches.

    11. Cute book for children, nice illustrations, fun repetition and rhymes, colorful and easy to follow Ends a bit suddenly.

    12. The art is fantastic and the kids were very interested in looking at the pictures, but the book asks questions to which the answers are unclear and seems to force rhymes and content.

    13. Wonderful repetition in this I used it while tutoring struggling readers They loved it It has a lot going on in the pictures.

    14. Great colorful book that will enhance the children s imagination and their critical thinking Colorful, imaginative and good for phonological awareness.

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